The 23-year-old Olympic gymnast, who testified last month against former sports physician Larry Nassar, took part in this year's Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, posing nude to make a statement about female empowerment.
Bouchard, who is joined by fellow tennis player Sloane Stephens in this years shoot, gained plenty of attention on Tuesday when she posted one of the pictures to her social media. One of her role models, Tyra Banks, informed her she'd be appearing on the front of this year's issue. Danielle made the announcement on her Instagram account and shared the excitement with her 63,000 followers.
This month, the 23-year-old gold-medal victor appears stripped down as part of a #MeToo-inspired photo shoot for the annual Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue.
Beyoncé, not a black model by profession, landed on a cover in 2007, so it has not only been 21 whole years without a swimsuit issue with a black model cover star, but 11 years without a black cover star - period. She then spent 25 years as a Covergirl, performing on Broadway, and now has her own skin care line, [UNKNOWN] label. "I remember just having a little coffee".
Update: The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2018 Edition is released.
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"The time where women are taught to be ashamed of their bodies is OVER".
Her big break was with Sports Illustrated.
SI Swimsuit Editor MJ Day has described Danielle as an "exemplary model" and is excited to see where her career goes next.
In addition to Raisman, Paulina Porizkove, Hunter McGrady, Robyn Lawley, and more participated in the project, using their bodies as canvases to share their own personal truths.
She said she has the words "mother", "lover", "human", written on her body. In Raisman's photo, she's used phrases such as, "Women do not have to be modest to be respected" along her right side, with "fierce" on her right arm. Herrington tells ET that she's still in disbelief to have her name be affiliated with such powerful women.